Hostel Management

I. The following officers constitute the hostel management

  • a) Principal - Chief Warden
  • b) Warden
  • c) Resident tutors

II. Each hostel is managed by a warden who is resident in the hostel. The resident tutors will supervise the academic activities of the inmates.

III. The students can approach any of the aforesaid officers for help, guidance.


Hostel accommodation is available to students, only during working semesters. No students will have a right to occupy a room during vacation. But he/she has to be present in the campus for academic purposes.

Guest accommodation will be given to students for short periods depending up on the availability of rooms and the genuineness of the purpose of stay.

Condition for allotment of accommodation

I. At the time of admission to the hostel, each student is required to submit a duly filled application form .The parent/Guardian of the student should apply in person at the time of admission for the first time.

II. The hostel management will generally provide minimum furniture and fittings for each room consisting one each of cot chair, ceiling fan with regulator and tube light fitting.

III. Rooms once allotted to the students for an academic year will not be changed except on special stipulations.

IV. The hostel management, in case of sheer necessity, can allot more persons in a room.

V. If the status of any student changes during the period of stay in the hostel, he/she is required to inform the steward/matron and should vacate the hostel if the hostel management finds that he/she not eligible for hostel accommodation.

VI. The students are entitled for accommodation in the hostel as long as they are full time registered students. Accommodation will not be provided to any removed from the rolls of the institution will automatically cease to be a member of the hostel.

VII. Before vacating the room, students should handover the electrical fittings and furniture in good shape. No student can vacate the hostel before the completion of a course unless the parent/guardian requests in person to this effect.

Code of Conduct

I. All residents are required to maintain standards of behavior expected of students of a prestigious institution such as ours .They are expected to behave courteously and fairly with everyone on both inside and outside the campus.

II. All residents are required to carry their valid identity cards issued to them by the institution.

III. All rooms, common area and surroundings should kept clean and hygienic. Notices shall not be pasted on the walls nor the walls be scribbled on.

IV. Residents are expected to be in the hostel before 9.00 PM (for gents’ hostel) and before 6.00 PM (for ladies hostel).Any resident who wishes to go home during the weekend, holidays or other days, he/she has to take prior permission from the warden. Parents of girl student should intimate the matron as soon as the girl reaches home. As a general rule, such permission will not be generated more than twice a month.

V. Rooms are allotted to each resident on his/her personal responsibility. They shall bring to the notice of the steward/ matron all routine maintenance work to be carried out in their rooms. The steward/ matron will bring it to the notice of the department concerned.

VI. The residents should not screen pirated /unauthorized /unlicensed movies in their computer/common rooms. Any violation to this will be dealt with severely.

VII. The residents of a room are responsible for any damage to property in the room during their stay and will be required to make good the damage, if any.

VIII. The resident shall not remove any fittings from any other room and get them fitted in their room.

IX. Ragging of students admitted to the institution/hostel is totally banned. Any violation of this will be dealt with very severely.

X. Ragging which is criminal and non-bailable offence is legally defined as follows: “ Display of noisy,disorderlyconduct,doing any act which causes or is likely to cause physical or physiological harm or raise apprehension on fear , shame or embarrassment to a student in any academic institution and includes:- teasing ,abusing playing practical jokes on or causing hurt to such student, or asking the student to do any act or perform something which such student will not in the ordinary course be willing to do. The honorable Supreme Court of India in respect of ragging in educational institutions:- Head of the institution (Vice chancellor/Director/Principal etc.) should take immediately action on receipt of the recommendation of the disciplinary committee. He can also take action if the circumstance so demand. Fresher should be punished suitably. When the person committing or abetting the crime of ragging are not identified , collective punishment could be meted out as a possible deterrent measure as it would ensure community pressure on the potential not to indulge in ragging.

XI. Smoking and consumption of alcoholic drinks, narcotics etc. are strictly prohibited.

XII. Employing unauthorized persons for personal work such as washing clothes etc. is not permitted.

XIII. Residents who are desirous of going special coaching, part time courses etc. on holidays shall get prior sanction from the Principal ,for which parents should personally make the request.


I. All visitors to the hostel including parents/guardian will have to make necessary entries in the visitors’ book with the security guard.

II. Visit of the men students to the women’s hostel and vice versa is not allowed.

Use of Appliances

I. The use of electrical appliances such as heaters, electrical stoves/heaters/electric irons are forbidden in any of the room allotted. For ironing, the residents may make use of the common ironing table.

II. The uses of audio system which may cause inconvenience to other occupants are not allowed. The use of personal TV, VCR and VCD/DVD etc. are prohibited.

III. When the students go out of their room, they should switch off all the electrical /electronic appliances and keep it locked .Violation to this will attract suitably penalty punishment as decided by the authorities.

IV. Use of laptops/computer is permitted in the hostel with prior permission from Principal.

Collective Responsibilities

I. General damage to the hostel property will be collective responsibility of all the residents and they will be required to make good such damages, if the students caused the damage could not be identified.

II. Residents should not indulge in practices/activities which may endanger their own personal safety as well as others.

III. Residents are duly bound to report to the steward / matron / warden in case they notice any unwanted incident or undesirable activity going on in the hostel or in the campus.

IV. Residents should not arrange any function or meeting with in the hostel or outside or within the campus without specific permission of the authorities concerned.

V. Residents should not arrange for nay picnic etc. without specific permission of the authorities.

VI. Residents are responsible for the safe keeping of their personal belongings .They are advised to keep under lock all valuable items such as laptops ,mobile phones etc. and lock the room even when they are out for a short period.

VII. Residents should be in their respective rooms latest 9.00 pm and they should not enter any other room after that.

Mess rules

I. No student is allowed to stay in the hostel without being a member of the mess.

II. Absence from the mess will be permitted only by the Principal on request for valid reasons, for a maximum period of 10 days only from the date of reopening of the college. Afterwards they will be obtained and the hostel management intimated well in advance.

III. The system of self service will be followed in the mess.

IV. The quantity of food will be unlimited except in the case of special item.

V. Non vegetarian will observed as extra item on specified day of the mess.

VI. Mess timings are as follows:

  • Breakfast : 7.00 am to 9am
  • Lunch : 12.00 Noon to 2.00 pm
  • Snacks : 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm
  • Dinner : 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm

VII. The mess rates will be calculated on a fixed daily rate basis.

VIII. Residents will be entitled for mess reduction only if the number of days absent for the mess is for more than 4 days and the absence is with prior permission.

XII. All diners shall interact with the mess staff in the dining hall in a courteous manner.

Any breech of these rules will invite an enquiry that will be conducted by the hostel management. If the student is found guilty, the hostel management will take disciplinary action that it deems fit. The hostel management reserves its right to amend, add or delete any rules from time to time keeping the students informed through general circulars displayed on the hostel notice board.